Cry-Baby (1990)

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Cry-Baby
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TitleCry-Baby
Year1990
CountryUSA
GenreMusical (Movies)
Run Time1h 24 min
Director

In 1954 Baltimore, Wade “Cry-Baby” Walker leads a gang of “drapes”, which includes his sister Pepper, a teenage mother; facially-disfigured Mona “Hatchet Face” Malnorowski; Wanda Woodward, whose post-World War II normal parents constantly embarrass her; and Milton Hackett, Hatchet Face’s devoted boyfriend. Walker’s ability to shed a single tear excites all the girls. One day after school, Allison Vernon-Williams, a pretty girl tired of being a “square”, approaches him, and the two fall in love. That same day, Cry-Baby approaches the “square” part of town to a talent show at the recreation center where Allison’s grandmother hosts events, and introduces himself to her, who doubts his motives. Cry-Baby invites Allison to a party at Turkey Point, a local hangout spot for the drapes.

Despite her grandmother’s skepticism, Allison accompanies Cry-Baby to Turkey Point and sings with the drapes. As Cry-Baby and Allison discuss their orphan lives (Cry-Baby’s father was sent to the electric chair after being the “Alphabet Bomber” – a killer who bombed places in alphabetical order ― and his mother tried to stop him, but also got sent to the electric chair, while Allison’s parents took separate flights to avoid orphaning her if they crashed, but one day, both their planes went down), Allison’s jealous square boyfriend, Baldwin, ignites a riot. Cry-Baby is wrongfully blamed for the fight and sent to a penitentiary, outraging all his friends and even Allison’s grandmother, who is impressed by Cry-Baby’s posture, manners, and musical talent.

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Cast:

Johnny Depp Johnny Depp
Cry-Baby
Amy Locane Amy Locane
Allison Vernon-Williams
Susan Tyrrell Susan Tyrrell
Ramona Rickettes
Iggy Pop Iggy Pop
Belvedere Rickettes
Polly Bergen Polly Bergen
Mrs. Vernon-Williams
Ricki Lake Ricki Lake
Pepper Walker
Traci Lords Traci Lords
Wanda Woodward

In 1954 Baltimore, Wade “Cry-Baby” Walker leads a gang of “drapes”, which includes his sister Pepper, a teenage mother; facially-disfigured Mona “Hatchet Face” Malnorowski; Wanda Woodward, whose post-World War II normal parents constantly embarrass her; and Milton Hackett, Hatchet Face’s devoted boyfriend. Walker’s ability to shed a single tear excites all the girls. One day after school, Allison Vernon-Williams, a pretty girl tired of being a “square”, approaches him, and the two fall in love. That same day, Cry-Baby approaches the “square” part of town to a talent show at the recreation center where Allison’s grandmother hosts events, and introduces himself to her, who doubts his motives. Cry-Baby invites Allison to a party at Turkey Point, a local hangout spot for the drapes.

Despite her grandmother’s skepticism, Allison accompanies Cry-Baby to Turkey Point and sings with the drapes. As Cry-Baby and Allison discuss their orphan lives (Cry-Baby’s father was sent to the electric chair after being the “Alphabet Bomber” – a killer who bombed places in alphabetical order ― and his mother tried to stop him, but also got sent to the electric chair, while Allison’s parents took separate flights to avoid orphaning her if they crashed, but one day, both their planes went down), Allison’s jealous square boyfriend, Baldwin, ignites a riot. Cry-Baby is wrongfully blamed for the fight and sent to a penitentiary, outraging all his friends and even Allison’s grandmother, who is impressed by Cry-Baby’s posture, manners, and musical talent.

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